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The importance of aerospace trade was highlighted at today's conclusion of the Canadian Aerospace Summit, an event that drew a record-breaking attendance that included an A-list of aerospace industry executives, as well as foreign diplomats and senior Canadian federal officials.
Hélène V. Gagnon, Vice President of Public Affairs, Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility, has been elected Chair of the Board of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada for 2012-2013. Ms. Gagnon succeeds David Schellenberg, President of Cascade Aerospace, who occupied the role over the course of the past year.
A federally mandated report released last week proposing urgent and strong action required for Canada's aerospace industry to maintain its global leadership position is spurring action at a national aerospace summit now taking place in Ottawa.
Strong recommendations for industry and government contained in an independently conducted review of Canada's aerospace industry and factors influencing its future competitiveness have garnered support from the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada.
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David Schellenberg, Chairman of the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) and President and CEO of Cascade Aerospace and the Conair Group stated today that the outcome of the current Aerospace Review led by the Honourable David Emerson will be critical to the future of the Canadian aerospace industry.